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Primary Results-- Full Printout
By Andrew Walden @ 11:59 PM :: 12832 Views :: Office of Elections

Hawaii Senator Clayton Hee playfully gives Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie a kiss on the head before he signs the Hawaii Civil Unions bill into law at a ceremony held in Washington Place Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011 in Honolulu. Hawaii Lt. Gov. Brian Schatz , right, looks on. The new Civil Unions law makes Hawaii the seventh state to give essentially the same rights of marriage to same-sex couples through civil unions or similar laws. (AP Photo/Eugene Tanner)

Photo: Losers kiss.

by Andrew Walden

Here are the raw numbers reported from the Hawaii Office of Elections for the August 9, 2014 Primary election. 

PDF: Statewide Printout August 15, 2014 8:22PM (After Puna vote completed and exactly 800 more votes 'found' on Maui, Schatz wins Senate race by 1,769 votes.  Ilagan wins Puna Council race outright with 52% of the vote.  SanBuenaVentura still wins HD4 Dem Primary.  Maui winners unchanged.  Total 3,810 additional votes.  Statewide turnout 41.5%. 

PDF: FINAL SUMMARY REPORT (Schatz leads by 1,635 votes)

PDF: FIFTH READ 245 of 245 Reporting (Schatz Ahead by 1,788 votes) 

5th Read changes from 4th read numbers in two districts HD5 and HD16:

HD5: Creagan beats Leslie 51-36% with 8 of 8 reporting

HD16 Dems: Morikawa beats Kahawai 62-24% with 6 of 6 reporting.

HD16 GOP:  Franks beats Flores 43-33% with 6 of 6 reporting.


Fourth Read Highlights:  (242 of 245 precincts reporting)

Democratic Primaries:

Ige beats Abercrombie 66% to 31% 

Schatz Pulls Ahead of Hanabusa by 1,879 votes

Tsutsui beats Hee 51 to 34%

Takai beats Kim 42 to 27%

SD4: Inouye beats Solomon 55-39% with 12 of 12 reporting

SD5: Kieth-Agaran beats Gusman 58-32% with 11 of 11 reporting.

SD6: Baker beats Amato 52-43% with 9 of 9 reporting.

SD12 Galuteria beats Middleton 60-21% with 10 of 10 reporting

HD4: SanBuenaventura beats Hanohano 39-17% with 2 of 2 reporting

HD5: Creagan leads Leslie 49-38% with 6 of 8 reporting

HD6: Lowen beats Akaka  59-36% with 5 of 5 reporting

HD9: Woodson beats Apana 52-44% with 4 of 4 reporting 

HD15: Tokioka crushes Hooser 63-29 with 5 of 5 reporting

HD23: Choy beats Kinney 49-42% with 5 of 5 reporting

HD33: Kong-2,083 Arakaki-2,058 Wong-1,541 with 6 of 6 reporting

HD40: Martines 52% - Chong 35% with 4 of 4 reporting

HD41: LoPresti beats Cabanilla 60-35% with 4 of 4 reporting

HD42:  Har 70% - Ferguson 17% - Golojuch 9%

HD43: Awana beats Eli 53 -42%

HD48: Keohokalole beats Harris 50-41%

 


Republican Primaries:

Lt Gov  Ahu leads Sutton 62-26%

CD2  Crowley leads Capelouto 43-32%

HD6 Valenzuela beats Ebert 57-33% with 5 of 5 reporting

HD16 Franks beats Flores 44-32% with 5 of 6 reporting

SD21 Ku 396 - Perry 389 - Roman 359 -- Ku wins by 7 votes--with 5 of 5 reporting

SD23 Fale 57% - Meyer 34% - Brown 5% with 9 of 9 reporting

HD41 Jeremiah 56% - Wiggins 31% with 4 of 4 reporting

HD50 Thielen leads Hood 56 - 42% with 4 of 4 precincts reporting

PDF: Fourth Read (released 9:56pm)


Third read highlights:  (Schatz gains on Hanabusa--165 of 245 precincts reporting)

Democratic Primaries:

Governor  Ige leads Abercrombie 66-30%

Senate  Hanabusa leads Schatz by 11 votes 48-48%

Lt Gov  Tsutsui leads Hee 50-34%

CD1  Takai leads Kim 42-27%

Republican Primaries:

Lt Gov  Ahu leads Sutton 62-26%

CD2  Crowley leads Capelouto 41-33%

SD21 Ku 31% - Roman 29% - Perry 26% -- 33 votes separate Ku and Perry--with 1 of 5 reporting

SD23 Fale 54% - Meyer 36% - Brown 6% with 7 of 9 reporting

HD41 Jeremiah 56% - Wiggins 31% with 3 of 4 reporting

HD50 Thielen leads Hood 56 - 42% with 2 of 4 precincts reporting

Second read highlights:  (very few changes from first read)

Democratic Primaries:

Governor  Ige leads Abercrombie 65-31%

Senate  Hanabusa leads Schatz 49-47%

Lt Gov  Tsutsui leads Hee 51-34%

CD1  Takai leads Kim 43-26%

Republican Primaries:

Lt Gov  Ahu leads Sutton 62-26%

CD2  Crowley leads Capelouto 39-35%

First read highlights:

Democratic Primaries:

Governor  Ige leads Abercrombie 65-31%

Senate  Hanabusa leads Schatz 49-47%

Lt Gov  Tsutsui leads Hee 54-31%

CD1  Takai leads Kim 43-26%

Republican Primaries:

Lt Gov  Ahu leads Sutton 61-26%

CD2  Crowley leads Capelouto 39-35%

This page will be updated as more information is released.

PDF: First Read

PDF Second Read (released 7:58pm)

PDF: Third Read (released 8:52pm)

PDF: Fourth Read (released 9:56pm)

PDF: FIFTH READ (released 10:52PM)

PDF: FINAL SUMMARY REPORT (released 3:15am)

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